Posts tagged with: data-access

Introducing the data mapper in Griffin.Framework

As you might know I’m running a .NET exception service called OneTrueError. When I moved from a NoSQL db to SQL Azure I had to be able to work with the database in some way. I’m not using OR/Ms any more. They might significantly reduce the bootstrapping, but in the long run they always tend to make you struggle as the application grow. To me, ORMs is a bit like ASP.NET WebForms, but for data. i.e. it tries to make something what it isn’t. I therefore wanted something that did not take away the control from me nor hide the underlying layer. I still want to work with my domain entities though.

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ADO.NET, the right way

ADO.NET is actually quite powerful if you use it correctly. This post will teach you everything from making your ADO.NET code driver independent to how to implement the repository pattern and unit of work. This is the follow up post of my “Datalayer, the right way” post. The purpose is to demonstrate that ADO.NET can be used as an alternative to OR/Ms.

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